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Guthrun

/ˈɡʊðruːn/
noun
1.
a variant of Gudrun
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  • guthrun (with thirty of his principal nobles) was baptized into the Christian faith, and received the Saxon name of Athelstan.

  • So the brothers spoke, and only guthrun noticed and heard the words they said.

    Wulnoth the Wanderer Herbert Escott-Inman
  • guthrun is now his liegeman, and Guthred will also call Alfred overlord.

    Wulnoth the Wanderer Herbert Escott-Inman
  • "Now be not foolish, man," cried guthrun, who liked not this sport.

    Wulnoth the Wanderer Herbert Escott-Inman
  • guthrun had not forgotten the slaying of Edmund the King, and the thoughts which that brought to him often troubled him.

    Wulnoth the Wanderer Herbert Escott-Inman
  • Cantua has no power now, and East Anglia is held by guthrun for me.

    Wulnoth the Wanderer Herbert Escott-Inman
  • "We must send messengers and recall all the bands," guthrun said.

    Wulnoth the Wanderer Herbert Escott-Inman
  • Nor had guthrun Athelstan, the ex-viking, been true to his engagements.

  • Also there is the renowned guthrun there, awaiting tidings from Regner.

    Wulnoth the Wanderer Herbert Escott-Inman
  • guthrun, now in Alfred's power, was the ablest warrior that the Northmen had as yet produced.

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